UK urged to tackle ‘dirty money’ after leaked Pandora papers

LONDON (AP) — Britain’s Conservative government is facing calls to tighten the country’s defenses against “dirty money” after a massive leak of offshore data showed how London, in particular, is the destination of choice for some of the world’s richest and most powerful people to conceal their cash. The cache of almost 12 million files,… Continue reading UK urged to tackle ‘dirty money’ after leaked Pandora papers

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Fmr. Giants Manager Bruce Bochy Inducted Into Bay Area Sports Hall Of Fame At Oracle Park

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — Fever was high on Monday after the Giants NL West clinching win against the Padres. Adding to the euphoria, three-time World Series winner and former Giants manager Bruce Bochy came back to Oracle Park for his induction into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame. “On a scale from one to… Continue reading Fmr. Giants Manager Bruce Bochy Inducted Into Bay Area Sports Hall Of Fame At Oracle Park

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Commission launches EU missions to tackle major challenges

The Commission has launched five new EU missions, a new and innovative way to work together and improve the lives of people in Europe and beyond. EU missions aim to tackle big challenges in health, climate and the environment, and to achieve ambitious and inspiring goals in these areas. A novelty of Horizon Europe and… Continue reading Commission launches EU missions to tackle major challenges

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Thousands March In DTLA And Across U.S. To Protest Abortion Restrictions

Thousands protested abortion restrictions in downtown L.A., Saturday, responding to a recently passed Texas abortion law. Organized by the Women’s March Foundation, the “March for Reproductive Rights,” reportedly saw 600 rallies across the U.S., with activists, celebrities and everyday women alike. “From the east to the west, from the north to the south, we rallied… Continue reading Thousands March In DTLA And Across U.S. To Protest Abortion Restrictions

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Some Denver-area event venues start requiring COVID-19 vaccine proof

DENVER (KDVR) — Fans attending certain concerts in the Denver area will need more than just a ticket to get in. The latest COVID-19 protocols for some venues now include proof of vaccination — or a negative COVID-19 test within a certain timeframe before the show — for entry into some venues. What does Biden’s… Continue reading Some Denver-area event venues start requiring COVID-19 vaccine proof

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Chatfield High School principal resigns amid investigation into failing to report child abuse

LITTLETON, Colo. (KDVR) — Chatfield High School’s principal has resigned after 18 years on the job amid an investigation into failure to report child abuse. In an email distributed to families, Jeffco Public Schools leaders said Monday afternoon that Principal Chad Broer had resigned. Retired Jeffco administrator Jim Ellis will serve as interim principal at… Continue reading Chatfield High School principal resigns amid investigation into failing to report child abuse

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Questions amid Ida’s destruction: Stay? Move? How far?

DULAC, La. (AP) — Coy Verdin grew up 100 feet (30 meters) or so from the slow-moving waters of Bayou Grand Caillou, and a few miles north of Louisiana’s marshy coast. His parents still live in the firmly anchored, elevated mobile home that overlooks the sprawling oaks framing their view of the bayou. The 52-year-old’s… Continue reading Questions amid Ida’s destruction: Stay? Move? How far?

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